CAAS News

Dr. Kristina Jackson presented new data from a NIDA-funded study on Alcohol and Marijuana

Dr. Kristina Jackson presented new data from a NIDA-funded study in her talk "Real-world simultaneous alcohol and marijuana use: An ecological study of motives and social context" at the Research Society on Alcoholism in Minneapolis, MN.

Rosemarie Martin was invited to speak at the National Governor's Association (NGA)

Dr. Rosemarie Martin was an invited content expert at the National Governor’s Association (NGA) Southeast Regional Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) workshop. Through a partnership with American Correctional Association National Governor’s & the CDC, the NGA brought 5 states to the table to discuss Access to MAT for the Justice Involved Populations. Governor of Louisiana, John Bel Edwards, took the time out to speak about the critical topic of MAT for the Justice Involved Population.

 

Hayley Treloar Padovano

Dr. Hayley Treloar Padovano served on two editorial boards for 2019 and presented at the Research Society on Alcoholism.

Dr. Hayley Trealoar Padovano was invited to serve on two editorial boards for 2019: Psychology of Addictive Behaviors and Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. Dr. Treloar Padovano discussed and presented data on how drinking milestones (e.g., sipping, first full drink, first heavy drinking) influence the development of expectations for positive and negative outcomes of drinking.

Dr. Jennifer Merril is the keynote speaker for the Kettil Bruun Society

Dr. Jennifer Merrill was invited by the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction to serve as a keynote speaker for the Kettil Bruun Society’s Thematic Meeting on Campus-based Interventions, which will be held in Sherbrooke, Canada, September 30–October 2, 2019. More information about this meeting can be found here: https://kbs-campus-based-interventions.ca

Molly Magill

Dr. Molly Magill was recently awarded an Independent Scientist Award (K02) from NIAAA

Dr. Molly Magill was recently awarded an Independent Scientist Award (K02) from NIAAA. This award provides 5 years of training and support to transition the PI toward a mid-career focus on Implementation Science and Common Factors of Behavior Change. The project will target social work education as the first venue for a novel training approach based on trans-theoretical and trans-behavioral principles that can be integrated into existing practice methods.

Dr. Molly Monnig published a Journal article on HIV/HCV

Dr. Molly Monnig, along with Dr. Peter Monti, and other co-authors, published an article linking alcohol use to inflammatory biomarkers in people living with HIV infection and HCV infection.

Caroline Kuo and Lindsay Orchowski present their Teen Sexual Violence Prevention study

A series of new studies by researchers at Brown University examines how teenagers in the United States and South Africa work through these challenges, in the hope that the findings will inform new, targeted educational programs and interventions to prevent sexual violence among teenagers locally and globally.

Dr. Tara White was invited to join the Editorial Board of Behavioral Neuroscience, and completed a visiting fellowship at UC

Dr. Tara White was recently invited to join (and joined!) the Editorial Board of Behavioral Neuroscience, a journal of the American Psychological Association (APA). The journal focuses on empirical papers reporting novel results that provide insight into the mechanisms by which nervous systems produce and are affected by behavior.

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